Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Cake Pops, Take Two

So once again, I tried making cake pops. The first ones were difficult, but I'm getting better. Practice, practice!
I had 6 leftover cupcakes from the jack and coke batch I made a few days ago. They were still super moist, and worked great as pops. There was the perfect amount of frosting with just what each cupcake was topped with.
I used actual chocolate bark this time, since I had stocked up when I last found it in the store. It was still a little thicker than I would have liked, but it worked ok.

So it turns out, 6 cupcakes make 24-25 pops. They got prettier and more even as I went along. Next time I'll make them perfect for sure! I put these in individual wrappers, but I didn't have anything to close them with. At least they're protected and won't stick to each other.

This is a great way to use leftover cake or cupcakes. If these cupcakes hadn't been so moist, I would have needed more frosting.


Cake Decorating Tutorials said...
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Cake Decorating Tutorials said...

GREAT CAKE POPS! Isn't funny how they seem so simple, but they are tricky? These are beautiful! ^_^ I love the sprinkle dip!!

Here is a blog and tutorial you might like: How To Make Cake Pops

It seems like you have it down, though! They're great! >_^